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Dec 27, 2012 4:30pm PST
are the same concerns for you have for your second almost worst c.e.o. andrew mason of daily deal site groupon. a lot of european problems there but there were significant accounting problems and questions about mr. mason's maturity. stock price down significantly from where it was a year ago. >> grew upon has collapsed in 2012 and stock down 80% over the year. andrew mason look like a c.e.o. in over his head: you mentioned various problems in europe. and you know, fundamentally there's not any sustainable strategy behind the groupon approach and that's because you have living social and literally dozennens and other companies doing these daily deals, and so if you don't have any particular advantage other than being first and now being eclipsed you have to come up with something else and there's a potentialing grace because mason has been working around-the-clock to try to figure out what could we do at groupon to try to stem the tide and there's a variety of different efforts and experiments frankly that are going on. so what i like about that is that he is recognizing the rea fundamental p
Dec 29, 2012 10:00am EST
than 20,000 nasa contractor jobs at risk. that is the conclusion, and this is very new, of george mason in a study economist - we are releasing today. i will make certain that all members have a copy of this study. the report highlights the impact of nasa procurement spending reductions in 11 key states. texas would lose nearly 6000 nasa-related, highly skilled jobs as a result of sequestration. that is a $320 million impact to the state of texas. in conclusion, by focusing on investments and support of the 2010 act, the congress can insure the health of our space industrial base and a short our space program will remain second to none. i thank you for the opportunity to testify on behalf of the space industry. i look forward to your questions. >> thank you for your testimony. and for your accolades. i yield you another hour for your kind words. good testimony, and we thank you. doctor, i recognize you. >> mr. chairman and members of the committee, this for the opportunity to testify. i am from the mountains in switzerland. i am a professor of space science and aerospace engineering at
Dec 31, 2012 7:00am EST
's about five or six different juices. we serve it in a mason jar with a little ice, and it's delicious. rebirth. >> pass it around. >> thank you. thank you. >> doesn't do any good sitting there. >> what are you making here? >> we're talking about pork. a beautiful pork loin. >> is this brined? >> it is brined. >> why do you brine? >> you brine a pork. you brine poultry, and for the very reason of keeping the moisture conat the particular time. you're plumping up the meat. it's going to sort of giver you a little bit of wiggle room when you sort of potentially overcook it. it stays moist. >> what is it? >> brining is a process of adding salt, yes. we do honey as well, and that gives a little sweetness with the pork, and i think it shows in the color here. when you add honey to it, it will give it a beautiful texture. we're going to add a little bit of more to our glaze. once we have brined it for eight, ten hours, we're going to add honey and whole grain mustard. we'll brush it in the beginning and get it roasted nice and -- higher heat in the beginning. then from there we're going to l
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